2022 Candy Stripe Classic

2022 Candy Stripe Classic

March 12th – 13th

Bloomington Velo is co-sponsoring the 3rd annual Candy Stripe Classic with the Indiana University Cycling Club! This event is a two-day bike race for collegiate bike teams.

The first day (Saturday, March 12) will feature a road race and team time trial in Morgan-Monroe State Forest. The second day (Sunday, March 13) will be a criterium in the Purple Lot of the IU Athletics campus.


Spectator Parking

Parking for the road race is available North of the Morgan-Monroe State Forest entrance on Old State Road 37 (just West of Forest Road). Team busses will park on Bean Blossom Road to access feed zones.

Parking for the criterium will be available in the White Lot (Gate 8) of Memorial Stadium.


Course Maps


Team Time Trial

Saturday, March 12

CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER

8:15 AMAll Categories (Men’s + Women’s)5.6 mile course

Road Race Schedule

Saturday, March 12

CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER

10:30 AMMen’s C42 miles
10:35 AMMen’s D28 miles
10:40 AMWomen’s B/C28 miles
1:00 PMMen’s A70 miles
1:05 PMMen’s B42 miles
1:10 PMWomen’s A42 miles

Criterium Schedule

Sunday, March 13

UPDATED RACE SCHEDULE DUE TO WEATHER

10:30 AMMen’s C30 minutes
11:30 AMMen’s B + Women’s A45 minutes
12:45 PMMen’s D30 minutes
1:30 PMWomen’s B/C30 minutes
2:15 PMMen’s A60minutes

Race Flyer

Bloomingcross 2021

Bloomingcross 2021

On Sunday, September 26th several members of the Bloomington Velo team raced in Bloomingcross cyclocross race at Karst Farm Park. This race was hosted by Ohio Valley Cyclocross (OVCX) who hosts several cyclocross races throughout the region.

Mike Poe raced in the Men’s 4 40+ race, Matt Emmert raced in the Master’s 50+, and Steve Carwile raced in the Elite Men 1/2.

Bloomingcross 2021

Taylor Allen – Wasatch All-Road

Taylor Allen competed in the Wasatch All-Road race in the pro / open division on August 28th in Heber City, Utah. This was a “Full Yeti” one-hundred mile gravel race. Taylor placed 26th overall and climbed 13,000 feet in eighty miles with twenty miles of descending.